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This resource has been written by rheumatology patients at Sheffield Children’s Hospital and is designed to help you manage having regular injections. What is an injection? An injection is putting medicine under the skin using a small needle. Why do I have to have injections? Some medicines are...

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What is an intramuscular injection? ‘Intramuscular’ is another way to say ‘into the muscle’. An intramuscular injection is a dose of medicine given into a muscle of an arm, leg or bottom. The medicine is put inside a syringe, which has a needle attached to it. The needle...

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